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Oracle SOA Suite Performance Tuning Cookbook by Matt Brasier, Nicholas Wright

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Using JMS bridges to improve the enqueue speed

In situations where you have one WebLogic server enqueuing a JMS message to a JMS queue on a remote WebLogic server, you can improve both the performance and resilience, by creating a bridged JMS queue. This recipe explains how to do that.

Getting ready

This recipe assumes that the JMS queue already exists on the remote JMS server, and that you wish to create a bridge to it from your local WebLogic server. You will need to know the administration credentials for your WebLogic server instance, to be able to create the bridges.

This recipe assumes you have created a local JMS queue with the same name as the remote JMS queue, and wish to bridge messages between them.

How to do it…

Follow these steps to create ...

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